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Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole doesn’t appear to be a fan of the models who flashed him during Game 5 of baseball’s World Series.
Cole was on the mound on Monday when two Instagram models exposed themselves to a global audience in what they said was a stunt to raise money for breast cancer.
They’ve since been banned from MLB venues indefinitely - and it appears as though Cole is filthy about the stunt as well, blocking the girls on social media.
Julia Rose took to Twitter on Thursday as the Washington Nationals beat the Astros in Game 7 to secure their maiden World Series championship, reproducing her X-rated flash.
Rose posted a pic of her flashing Cole on the TV in front of her, writing “I would tag Gerrit Cole...but he blocked me.”
She also posted a screenshot of Cole’s account as proof.
sInsane cost of models’ viral flash
Rose and Lauren Summer performed the act during the seventh inning of Game 5, the X-rated stunt immediately going viral around the world.
And Rose has since revealed the cost of tickets for the women and their entourage to get seats behind home plate came in at about $US80,000 ($AU116,000).
However Rose says it was all worth it simply because of the worldwide exposure (pardon the pun).
“It is one of the best sports with the most coverage. You know where the cameras are most of the time,” she told Complex.
“Personally, I’m a huge football fan, but when it comes to football, you know it’s almost impossible to get on camera.
“So we knew the cameras and where they’d be, and it’s the kind of just go for it type thing with baseball.”
Rose also said their stunt was about one year in the making - and security guards had an inkling about what was about to go down.
“As we are taking that photo, there’s two security guards trying to pull us back, but we knew that, like, you can’t get really hands-on, so we’ve just tried ignoring them,” Rose said.
“But they radioed for back-up. Back-up came and then they ended up escorting us back up and waited, and then cops showed up, and security showed up, and we were escorted by five security guards down to MLB jail, I guess you could say.
“We were detained for about two hours, and that’s when they came down and handed us the letter basically stating that we’re banned from that stadium for five years and all MLB events indefinitely.”